|Uploaded:||December 9, 2010|
|Updated:||December 9, 2010|
Hey guys, it's really early where I live which is good because now I'll be giving you a guide on “sketching hands”, step by step. I worked on this lesson for about five hours due to frequent breaks that robbed my time. The hands I present to you in this tutorial are hands I can only create on paper; I have no idea why I can't really recreate hands on tablet, I think it has to do with having a better mind function and the ease on the eyes as you draw a composistion of drawings. The hands were quickly sketched, using refrences of my own ocassionly. The style of the hands you see are in a box-like format which is probably an easier way to draw them instead of trying to make them pointed. Learning “how to sketch hands”, can be very useful as you increasingly learn your craft on paper. Working traditionally is usually best because of the advanced outlook you percieve. It's best to sketch ideas down quickly, as shots can fleet before you can envision it on paper. I would recommend to use a regular pencil, if you have a sketch pencil set, use a 2H pencil for the rough lines. It's suggested to avoid pressing hard on your paper as it can leave invisible marks. Anyways, I'm pretty sure that this tutorial will give you a few tips and hints to “sketch hands” easier. Let's move onto the lesson now!